A new phage consortium hosts its first public lecture
This week, Dr. Urmi Bajpai, a phage researcher in New Delhi, India and co-creator of the International Bacteriophage Research Consortium, tells us about a public phage therapy lecture her Consortium held last month to raise awareness of phage therapy and antibiotic resistance in India.
Also in this issue: phages working well against tomato bacteria, collateral effects of phage infection, new investment in the phage biotech company APT, Swiss researchers receive a substantial phage therapy grant, and more!
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